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Already registered? Reuse this content. Shot by Calendar Girls director Nigel Cole, it captures a close-knit community where extended families and friends rallied round to help out the strikers. And, unlike most West End theatres, the line for the toilets does not go past the sinks, blocking everyone who needs to wash their hands from doing so.

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Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions go hear from the journalists?]By Maureen Paton for MailOnline. Updated: GMT, 11 September Maureen Paton meets four friends whose pioneering fight for equal pay in the s sparked a workplace revolution — and inspired a celeb-studded new movie. From left: Gwen, Vera, Sheila and Eileen remain good friends more than 40 years after the strike.

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Yet the world had almost forgotten these modest heroines — most of them grandmothers now — until this year and the release of Made in Dagenham, a sparky new feature film that dramatises their story 42 years on. Back inthe working-class motor-town of Dagenham in East London seemed to inhabit a different planet from Carnaby Street and the Swinging 60s.

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Striking machinists at a London conference on equal rights in industry in But down tools they did, coming out for three heady weeks in May in the first female strike at the car plant.

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It was a rare case of a feature film based on a major episode in the history of organised labour made close beauttiful the actual events. More typically, City of London escort Monicelli's The Organizer was a bracing reconstruction of a strike in late 19th-century Turin. Bo Widerberg's Adalen 31 lyrically recreated the violent strike in northern Sweden that ushered in 40 years of Social Democratic government.

There was an even greater gap in the case of ComradesBill Douglas's This Dagenham out to the beautiful girls account of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, the Dorset labourers transported to Australia in the s for attempting to form a trade union. There is, therefore, a precedent for the commercial cinema taking 42 years to get around to the strike by women Free chat room without registration in Dunstable at Ford's plant at Dagenham, east London, which is what director Nigel Cole and his screenwriter William Ivory have done with Made in Dagenham.

It's welcome, though hardly Ken Loach, whose Bread and Roses dealt with a successful strike by Latina office cleaners in Los Angeles, and the Dagenham factory depicted is far from the one controversially observed in by Jean-Luc Godard in his Marxist documentary British Sounds. But you would not expect that of the director of the feelgood, rural, middle-class Calendar Girls, of which this is the urban, working-class equivalent.

This, too, is largely fictionalised and mostly predictable, yet manages by its heart-on-sleeve openness to be oddly touching.

The strike came about when the women who stitched the seat covers for Ford bautiful demanded equal pay with men. It was richly justified as they'd recently been reclassified as "unskilled" and worked in thhe conditions, and their action led to the Equal Pay Act of Though the larger social and historical background is fairly vague, the period is superficially well-evoked. Indeed, what the movie most resembles is the popular sitcom of the s and 70s, The Rag Tradein which Peter Jones uot the boss of Fenner Fashions did constant battle with his all-female staff led by militant shop steward Miriam Karlin, as timid foreman Reg Varney looked on, and the catchphrase was: "Everybody out!

Peter Jones's equivalent here is the staff at Ford, a crowd of remote, insensitive male chauvinists kowtowing to their American bosses. The Reg Varney figure is a minor union official sympathetic to the women's cause, played in beautifhl best twinkling, Dickensian manner by Bob Hoskins.

Miriam Karlin's shop steward becomes the working-class mother and housewife Rita O'Grady, girle is persuaded to lead the women and eventually gets to say: "Everybody out!

Rita is played by Sally Hawkins, the overpoweringly cheerful heroine of Mike Leigh's Happy-Go-Luckyand becomes the film's central character. She is the reincarnation of Gracie Fields, the ever-optimistic millworkers' leader in the feelgood Depression Ladyboy in Hove Sing As We Goand apart from her no-nonsense handling of the duplicitous union apparatchiks and the Ford bosses, she has four significant relationships.

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The first is with Connie Geraldine James, prim branch president of the Women's Institute in Calendar Girlsthe woman she replaces as shop steward. Connie's husband is physically and psychologically impaired by iut heroic RAF service during the second world war and stands for the solid working class who sacrificed themselves to keep Britain free.

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The third relationship, involving Rosamund Pike as Lisa, the beautiful wife of Ford's managing director, is the most contrived. Lisa meets Rita when they both come to the local grammar school to complain about the old-fashioned maths teacher beating their sons.

It transpires that Lisa, a university graduate first-class honours at Cambridge no lessis unappreciated by her husband and openly sympathetic to the women's cause.

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The fourth relationship is with the fiery Barbara Castle, secretary of state for employment in Harold Wilson's government. Impressively embodied by Miranda Richardson in an underwritten role, Castle is attended by a pair of Single millionaires in Lincoln officials who would scarcely pass muster in a Carry On version of Yes, Ministerand seems in this context to foreshadow Margaret Dagenhxm.

Her meetings with a pipe-puffing Wilson played by John Sessions hover uncomfortably between something Peter Morgan might have written and Mrs Wilson's Diary caricature. Seeing Made in Dagenham reminded me that in I reviewed a more serious and politically committed thw about labour relations, Lezli-An Beautivul Business as Usualwhere Glenda Jackson leads a strike in a Liverpool boutique.

I described it as "a cautiously optimistic movie that states that the best hope for the British working class, now as in the past, resides in organised labour and a united community".